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Cecelia McKeig (#47602903)
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Bio Photo Historian and researcher for Beltrami and Cass County in northern Minnesota. Have published twelve books on local history since 1994. Member of Minnesota Historical Society, the Beltrami County Historical Society, the Cass County Historical Society, and the Minnesota Genealogical Society. Participated in the Minnesota Cemetery Project from 2000-2006 and visited/walked cemeteries in eight counties. Am glad to transfer any memorial to a family member who would like to manage the memorial.
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Stanley Shepard
Thank you
On the web site am using it has most of the died for Minnesota listed by county. Ther is another list for the Navy and marines. From the list for Cass county
I have four names I can not find any records for yet they are John Jones, William Miller, Peter Morgan or
Morcan and Roy A Thornton. If you are interested I have all the memorials on a virtual cemetery on my home page.
Added by Stanley Shepard on Dec 20, 2014 9:31 AM
Stanley Shepard
Vernon F Pesheck
Have you ever came across any info on Vernon. this is info I have

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Birth: unknown
Death: unknown [Edit Dates]

NAME: Vernon F Pesheck
DATE OF LOSS: 15 Mar 1945 0
BRANCH: U.S. Army
RANK: PFC
SERVICE NUMBER: 37592629
STATUS: Missing in Action


NAME: Vernon F Pesheck
BIRTH YEAR: 1918
RACE: White, citizen (White)
NATIVITY STATE OR COUNTRY: Minnesota
STATE OF RESIDENCE: Minnesota
COUNTY OR CITY: Cass

ENLISTMENT DATE: 7 Mar 1944
ENLISTMENT STATE: Minnesota
ENLISTMENT CITY: Fort Snelling
BRANCH: No branch assignment
BRANCH CODE: No branch assignment
GRADE: Private
GRADE CODE: Private
TERM OF ENLISTMENT: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
COMPONENT: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
SOURCE: Civil Life

EDUCATION: Grammar school
CIVIL OCCUPATION: Farm hands, general farms
MARITAL STATUS: Married
HEIGHT: 00
WEIGHT: 050
Added by Stanley Shepard on Dec 18, 2014 8:26 PM
Stanley Shepard
Dwight E Maxson
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=37610761

Pfc. Dwight E. Maxson Jr.
Born: 8 July 1918 - Moorhead County, Minnesota
Parents: Dwight E. Maxson Sr. & Ina Crane-Maxson
Hometown: Backus, Minnesota
Inducted:
- U. S. Army
- 10 April 1941 - Fort Snelling, Minnesota
Training:
- Fort Lewis, Washington
Units:
- 194th Tank Battalion
Overseas Duty:
- Philippine Islands
Engagements:
- Battle of Luzon
- Battle of Bataan
Prisoner of War:
- 9 April 1942
- Death March
- started march at Mariveles on southern tip of Bataan - POWs ran past Japanese artillery firing at Corregidor
- San Fernando - POWs put into small wooden boxcars
- 100 POWs packed into each boxca r
- those who died remain standing
- Capas - living left cars - dead fell out of boxcars - POWs walked last ten miles to Camp O'Donnell
POW Camps:
- Philippine Islands:
- Camp O'Donnell
- unfinished Filipino training base - Japanese put camp into use as POW Camp
- only one water spiget for entire camp
- as many as 50 POWs died each day - Japanese opened new POW camp to lower death rate
- Cabanatuan #1
Died:
- 14 June 1942 - dysentery & malaria
- Approximate time of death - 2:15 A.M.
Buried: Cabanatuan Camp Cemetery
Reburied:
- 15 May 1952
- Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery - Saint Louis, Missouri
- Section: 85 Site: 54 - 58
Added by Stanley Shepard on Dec 18, 2014 6:40 PM
Stanley Shepard
Willard P Bostrom
Have you in your ever come across any information on Willard. you have his parents in Hackensack. His memorial is 56279611 He was lost on a mission flying over Germany
Added by Stanley Shepard on Dec 18, 2014 9:01 AM
kakoz
RE: Codner family in Jenkins Cemetery
Thank you so very much
Added by kakoz on Dec 04, 2014 8:01 PM
Angela Dayton-Foust
Charlotte Flanders
I will move the memorial. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. I would be very grateful if you have any information to share of that family. Charlotte is my great grandmother. Thank you for doing what you do :-)
Added by Angela Dayton-Foust on Dec 02, 2014 7:26 PM
kakoz
Codner family in Jenkins Cemetery
Thank you for the great work that you did to assist us in finding our relatives that have passed but are not forgotten.

Can I use the pictures that you took on my ancestry.com family tree. I certainly will give you credit for taking the pictures.

Sincerely,

Kakoz
Added by kakoz on Dec 02, 2014 12:49 AM
janealogy50
Thanks, Cecelia...
...for your generous transfer of the Melquist memorials to me. I promise to honor the commitment of maintaining the memorials of my dad's uncle and aunt.

Sincerely,
Jan
Added by janealogy50 on Dec 01, 2014 7:34 AM
Ron Peterson
RE: Lillian Paul
Thank you for the transfers. I notice you are a historian for the area. Do you have, or want stories about the Paul family?
Added by Ron Peterson on Nov 21, 2014 10:05 AM
williamsm
Philip Kuntz
Do you have any additional information about Philip Kuntz Memorial# 117250040? Do you know if his wife's marker is nearby or those of any of their children?
Added by williamsm on Nov 08, 2014 11:30 PM
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